Family Class processing for Pakistan applicants for past 5 years
Good day ladies and gentlemen, this is IRC news, and I am Joy Stephen, an authorized Canadian Immigration practitioner bringing out Data analysis about Canadian family class immigration for Foreign Nationals. This data is about Family class visa processing for Pakistan Residents for the past 5 years. Please keep in mind that the data for 2021 is a month shy and does not include the month of December 2021. Today is the 03/02/2023, and I am coming to you from the Polinsys studios in Cambridge, Ontario.
In 2017, Canada approved 2,042 Family Class permanent residence visas for Pakistan.
In 2018, Canada approved 2,469 Family Class permanent residence visas for Pakistan residents under the Family Class,
In 2,019, Canada approved 2,208 Family Class permanent residence visas for Pakistan residents under the Family Class.
In 2,020, Canada approved 1,456 Family Class permanent residence visas for Pakistan residents under the Family Class.
In 2,021, Canada approved 2,966 Family Class permanent residence visas for Pakistan residents. The 2021 data does not include December’s as the data was not available when this analysis was done.
The average applicant intake for Pakistan over the past 5 years for Canadian Permanent Residence under the Family Class is 2,282
Canadian Immigration quotas are increasing year over year and the growth for Pakistan’s approved PR applications under the Family Class is 58 % of what it was 5 years back in 2017 and is still expected to grow.
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